Soccer - Today’s News
The Argentine international has thanked fans for their support after announcing the news.
As Jose Mourinho begins another quest for Champions League glory against Schalke tonight, he still has plenty to work on.
Sue Ronan’s side will be looking to cause an upset in Heidenheim this evening.
They’ve jumped the fence, baby, and are coming to visit us.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Rory Patterson scored twice as Derry City won tonight’s quarter-final replay at the Brandywell.
Elsewhere, there were Champions League wins for Zenit St. Petersburg and Monaco.
The Gunners were second best as goals from Ciro Immobile and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang earned the Germans a 2-0 win.
The Argentinian hadn’t scored in the Champions League since 2009 before his brace.
Mario Balotelli scored his first goal for the club against Ludogorets at Anfield.
Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and James Rodriguez helped the holders to their first three points.
Borussia are 2-0 up at the Westfalenstadion.
Real Madrid are currently coasting in tonight’s Champions League game against Basel.
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Also, the latest on injuries to Jake Heenan, Sean Henry and Ruan Pienaar.
After a five-year absence, the Reds are back in Europe’s elite club competition.
The MNF pundits didn’t hold back in their criticism of Newcastle’s start to the season.
What became of the likes of Emiliano Insua, Andrea Dossena and Stephen Darby?
Lopez conceded a disastrous own goal and tweaked his hammy in the process.
The Ireland assistant manger’s ghost writer has called collaborating on the new book a ‘great experience’.
The side’s disappointing displays have brought plenty of criticism from the Madrid media
The star is reportedly unhappy at Real Madrid, with the club’s decision to sell both Angel di Maria and Xabi Alonso
The former star believes Anfield will be a tough place for visiting sides.
Why the coming campaign looks ominous already for Real Madrid and more tidbits.
Now that’s what we call a career change.
After four meetings in three years, the former Villa midfielder is confident ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Germany.
The Irish player has redefined the term journeyman.
Arsenal visit the German side for their first Champions League assignment with their most expensive signing ripe for criticism.
Arsenal will be looking to win in Dortmund for the second season running, while Liverpool return to the competition and last season’s runners-up Atletico Madrid are also in action.
Soccer - Monday 15 September, 2014
Both clubs will wear the new strips for the first time in the Champions League this month.
A clutch of debutants starred as the Tigers and West Ham played out a pulsating 2-2 draw.
The striker earned Shamrock Rovers a 2-1 victory over Dundalk in tonight’s last eight replay.
It finished 2-2 at the KC Stadium thanks to fabulous goals from a pair of South American forwards.
Some people just want to watch the world burn.
Colin Falvey has joined the Kerala Blasters on loan.
This is either the best or the worst strip we’ve seen in awhile.
LA Galaxy manager Bruce Arena wasn’t best pleased after their star striker hit the crossbar in the 1-1 draw with the San Jose Earthquakes.
If he bought a smaller car, this wouldn’t be an issue…
Liverpool will play their first game in the tournament since 2009 tomorrow.
‘An Alternative Reality’ will be screened in a number of VUE cinemas next month.
The former president has fanned the flames of speculation regarding the attacker leaving the club.
The former defender reveals all in his autobiography #2sides.
This is no ordinary football team.